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Two suspects who will likely face murder charges in the deadly attack of famed private eye Jack Palladino will remain behind bars while awaiting trial, a San Francisco judge ordered Tuesday.

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2 arrested in attack on private investigator remain in jail.

CALIFORNIA-Two suspects who will likely face murder charges in the deadly attack of famed private eye Jack Palladino will remain behind bars while awaiting trial, a San Francisco judge ordered Tuesday.

At the pair's first court appearance, prosecutors asked that defendants Lawrence Thomas, 24, and Tyjone Flournoy, 23, remain in custody without bail, arguing that their release 'would result in further great bodily injury to others,' according to a detention motion filed by the San Francisco District Attorney's Office.

San Francisco Superior Court Judge Richard Darwin agreed to the motion but left open the possibility for pretrial release at a later date, prosecutors said after the hearing.

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District Attorney Chesa Boudin said at a public safety news conference Tuesday that his office would seek to keep the pair behind bars without bail.

Thomas and Flournoy are scheduled to enter pleas at their next court appearance on Feb. 10.

While the two are both currently charged with attempted murder along with several other crimes, those charges were filed prior to Palladino's death on Monday, which followed the four days he spent in a coma. Boudin told The Chronicle on Monday that the cases would likely rise to murder charges once prosecutors consulted with medical examiners.

Defense attorneys for Thomas and Flournoy did not immediately respond for comment Tuesday afternoon.

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The prosecutors' detention motion offered chilling details about the crime that were not previously made public, and also confirmed Palladino's family's account of the police's manhunt for the suspects. Palladino's wife, Sandra Sutherland, told the Chronicle Sunday, Palladino had, in fact, cracked his own case.

At about 4:40 p.m. on Thursday, police said Palladino left his home in the Haight neighborhood with his camera, and took a photo of a 'distinctive and suspicious' gold Acura driving along Page Street, which had been closed to through traffic.

Moments later, the car flipped around and pulled up next to the private eye, while the passenger, alleged to be Flournoy, attempted to wrestle the camera away, court documents state. The Acura's driver, identified as Thomas, gunned the vehicle, dragging Palladino about 40 feet down the road with the camera strap still attached to him.

At that point Flournoy appeared to release the camera, causing Palladino to fall backwards onto the ground and fracture his skull, police said. The Acura fled the scene, and officers found Palladino unconscious in a pool of blood around his head.

After witnesses at the scene described the vehicle involved, police checked Palladino's camera and found a photo of a car matching the same description — complete with a shot of the license plate. The license plate had been stolen off a car in Oakland a few days earlier, officials said.

Police located the car the following day. Police conducting surveillance on the vehicle arrested Thomas later that evening after he went back to the car.

Security video from the day of Palladino's attempted robbery helped identify Flournoy as the passenger, court records show. Flournoy was allegedly seen exiting the car's passenger side about 30 minutes after Palladino's attack, wearing a distinctive red-hooded sweatshirt.

Several San Francisco police officers recognized Flournoy from previous encounters, and had even made contact with him on Thursday evening without knowing he was involved in the Palladino case, according to court records. At that time, Flournoy was wearing the same red sweatshirt.

In addition to the attempted murder or likely murder charge, both defendants face charges of attempted robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, kidnapping, false imprisonment and elder abuse.

Thomas has three prior convictions of second-degree burglary, beginning in Alameda County in 2015, in Sacramento in 2017 and then in San Francisco in 2019, prosecutors said.

Flournoy in 2018 was convicted for illegal possession of an assault weapon in San Francisco, and in 2019 was convicted for felony burglary in San Mateo county and for misdemeanor trespassing in Santa Clara County. Flournoy was on supervised probation for all three, according to court records.

Megan Cassidy is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @meganrcassidy

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